CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — The family of Jordan Lee Wilson is overcome with grief, as they’ve spent more than two weeks searching for the 33-year-old mother of two.
According to the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, Wilson was last seen on May 15 near the Bug Tussle area in Bremen.
Wilson’s car was later found about seven miles away from where she was last seen.
“It’s been somewhat of a dream,” said Wilson’s sister, Carmen Rudolph. “We’re just living day by day, minute by minute. It’s hard. It’s hard to think about anything else. It’s hard to know that she’s somewhere under the same sky we’re under.”
Rudolph described Wilson as, “the most loving, carefree, free-spirited person you will ever meet.”
Rudolph said investigators told her they suspect foul play in Wilson’s disappearance.
“It’s just really tough to imagine something like this could happen to somebody who’s so good to the world. She just did not have a mean bone in her body,” Rudolph said.
Rudolph and her family are asking anyone who has information that can help bring Wilson home to call the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office at 256-734-0342.
A $1,000 reward is being offered to anyone who can find her.